Collaborative goal setting and reviewing in music therapy for children with special needs: An action research project to improve practice and measure efficacy
Piggot-Irvine, Eileen; Molyneaux, Claire; Willis, Marie; Talmage, Alison; Scoones, Russell; Travaglia, Rebecca; Gang, Na-Hyun
Citation:Molyneaux, C., Willis, M., Talmage, A., Scoones, R., Travaglia, R., Gang, N., & Piggot-Irvine, E. (2011). Collaborative goal setting and reviewing in music therapy for children with special needs: An action research project to improve practice and measure efficacy. NZ Lotteries Commission.
Permanent link to Research Bank record:http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2114
The Raukatauri Music Therapy Centre (Raukatauri) is New Zealand's first music therapy centre delivering music therapy to children and young people with special needs up to the age of 21. There are six New Zealand Registered Music Therapists (NZRMThs) on the clinical team who provide approximately 100 sessions of music therapy per week. The therapists have a variety of training backgrounds, with the common approach being improvisational, client-centred music therapy.